FIITJEE Classroom Programs are unique in themselves as they ensure the best possible result depending upon the basic potential of the Student and his / her ability to work hard.
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Little Genie - Class 6 Program aims at raising the IQ / Mental Ability of the students to two years ahead of time and will develop logical thinking required for success in various future competitive exams especially National level scholastic Exam - National Talent Search Exam (NTSE) Success is never defined in absolute sense. It is very much a subject of relative performance. Children need to imbibe the spirit of competitiveness from an early age and start preparation for major milestone achievements, well in advance so as to avoid stress and anxiety at a later stage. Udaya - Class 7&8 This program helps the student in imbibing the fundamental of subjects and development of personality. The program ‘Train the Brain’ for overall logical thinking, IQ and scientific aptitude which will be useful throughout life and this program introduces the basic academic structure required to excel in competitive exams. The course will lay Strong Foundation & Preliminary Preparation for various Competitive / Scholastic Exams like NTSE, International Level Olympiads in Mathematics and Junior Sciences (National and Regional Level stages as National Standard Examination in Junior Science (NSEJS) and Regional Mathematics Olympiad (RMO)) and will also ensure Excellence in School Exam. Four Year Programe IITs have restricted the number of attempts for JEE (Advanced). Students now just have two chances – one just after the XII board exams and the second immediately in the next year. They should try to succeed in JEE(Advanced) in the first attempt itself and not take unnecessary pressure as uncertainty of ill-health or any accidents while appearing for the second & last attempt could be too risky. Till the eighties, it was alright if you started your preparation just after XI and at the beginning of XII, but even then to get Top Ranks you had to begin your preparation at the commencement of XI itself. In late nineties it became a norm to start preparation at the beginning of class XI and devote at least two years to train rigorously for JEE.